A Turning Point for China

With key reforms, a fast-growing China could wield even greater global influence
Jean-Pierre Lehmann
October 1, 2012

Singh Doubles Down on Reform

A slowing economy gave India’s government the cover to push FDI in the retail industry
Ashok Malik
September 21, 2012

Middle East Protests: A Salafist Trap

Extremists seek excuses to destabilize governments, upend success of moderate Islamists
Fawaz A. Gerges
September 19, 2012

As China Sneezes, Will the World Catch Cold?

Slow growth could help China’s economy, but hurt mining, supply chain and investors
Vikram Mansharamani
September 17, 2012

A Forgotten War in the Himalayas

The US aided India in its 1962 war with China, taking firm stance on disputed border
Jeff M. Smith
September 14, 2012

US Voters Mull the Economy

Next American president’s moves on taxes, debt or trade will sway the global economy
Bruce Stokes
September 6, 2012

Non-Aligned Summit Belies Isolation of Iran

NAM summit draws 120 member states to Iran, but serves notice on Syria
Dilip Hiro
September 4, 2012